Organic pine nuts 100g


€70.00 per 1 kg

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  • 100 g of the finest pine nuts
  • Fine, buttery, aromatic flavour
  • Great for pesto and as a salad topping
  • KoRo tip: roast them in a pan
  • Organic
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Buy now: Organic pine nuts 100g

Pine nuts ripen in the cones of the pine tree before we prepare them for you in the 500 g pack in our shop. The fine, buttery kernels are wonderfully aromatic and an enrichment in every kitchen. Order organic pine nuts online now!

The time consuming pine nut harvest

Pine nuts are not actually nuts, but seeds - just like our sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds. The pine cones are collected from pine trees in elaborate manual work. After harvesting, they are then heated in the oven to release their delicious seeds. By the way, this process takes place the very same way in nature, on very warm days when the sun's rays affect the cones. After removing the shell, the pine nuts are cleaned and then dried. With a bit of luck, they will end up in our nut wonderland and soon in your kitchen!

Using pine nuts for cooking and baking

Mild, sweet, buttery, aromatic - pine nuts have a wonderful taste that goes well with both sweet pastries and savoury dishes. You can add them to your vegetable lunch bowl, roast them in a pan and sprinkle them over your salad or make homemade pesto. They also go well in stews, soups or raw, in your muesli. In the large value pack, you have enough options to upgrade a wide variety of dishes. With our organic pine nut butter, you can even spread the little seeds on your bread, or eat them by the creamy spoonful.

Pine nuts or cedar nuts?

If you take a closer look, our organic pine nuts are actually organic cedar nuts. What does that mean? Don't worry, the two species are actually very closely related and have a very similar flavour. The confusion in the terminology stems from the fact that the term "pine nuts" has become widely used in international trade. This is because there are over 100 varieties of the pine tree genus worldwide, while the cedar tree genus only includes three varieties. The genus of our cedar nuts is called pinus siberica and can also be legally referred to as pine nuts. Unlike the famous pinus pinea, it does not originate from the Mediterranean region. But none if this is important when you consider what matters: in terms of flavour, the cedar nut is in no way inferior to other pine nuts and is even more aromatic and intense. So you are definitely making the right choice with our organic cedar nuts!

Buy KoRo's organic pine nuts

Shipped to you ready to eat in a 500 g package, you can use the aromatic pine nuts in a variety of ways without having to peel them first - we've already done that. Whether nibbled in between meals, as a salad or porridge topping or with an Italian touch as an ingredient in pesto, our pine nuts score points with their delicious taste and top organic quality. KoRo's secret tip: get a 10 x 500 g tray for an even cheaper price per unit and long term pine nut enjoyment!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 2902 /  702
Fat 64 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 6.6 g
Carbohydrates 11 g
thereof sugar 4.4 g
Dietary fiber 3.1 g
Protein 18 g
Salt 0.03 g
Product number: PINI_007
Best before date 30.08.2025
Origin China
Origin (Processing) China
Organic Origin Non-EU Agriculture
Content 0.1 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4255582812039
Data sheet Specification
Organic control body & Organic origin
EU Bio
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store in a cool and dry place.
Ingredients 100% pine nuts* from organic agriculture
Cross contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN, PEANUTS, LACTOSE, NUTS, SESAME and SULFUR DIOXIDE (SULFITE).
Trade Name Organic pine nuts
Label note Ingredients, nutritional values, and packaging may change. For exact information, please check the product description.
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Questions & answers: Organic pine nuts 100g
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You can eat them straight from the bag, caramelize them in a pan and use them as a salad topping or make pesto. The aromatic seeds also go very well with vegetable pans, meat, fish and tofu dishes. As an alternative to chips, you can of course also nibble them on the sofa in the evening.
We source our pine nuts from China.
Even though pine nuts belong to the seeds and not to the nuts, you should please seek medical advice if the consumption is suitable for you.

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Katerina K.


Fine sugar substitute

A beautifully light, non-sticky and finely ground powder. Mild and slightly fruity in taste. Perfect for baking, rounding off and even for coffee. Our children love the cinnamon sugar made from it on pancakes and rice pudding.




The pine nuts are very tasty.

Nadja K.


Very very good quality

I find them very tasty and am very satisfied. I put the whole kg on the tray and roast them without anything. Then I use the cashews in salads or muesli. Simply delicious

Franziska M.


Pines = cedars?

One google would be enough to see that it is not the same. Cedar kernels taste completely different and are cheaper. Why don't you declare them correctly?



Good taste!

We can never do without pine nuts for various salads in the summer season! It's great that they are finally available here too!

Birgit A.


look very tasty

not yet eaten/not yet tried - package only arrived 3 days ago

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